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NEW! Literacy Resources


Decodable Books

Do you have a new or struggling reader at home? Does your child need books with dyslexia-friendly font? Join the Road to Decode movement at the library!

The Ridgefield Park Public Library has partnered with Teach My Kid to Read to provide decodable books and develop the Literacy Corner!

To check out what decodable books we have,

please check out the following catalog:


World Book Online
Available Starting August 14, 2023

Starting August 14, 2023, World Book Online will be available for all Ridgefield Park Public Library patrons! World Book Online provides educational games, guided reading lessons, encyclopedia articles, research tools, and more!

With your library card, you have access to several different World Book Online websites. Below is a guide summarizing who each database belongs to.

  • Early Learning: Pre-K and Kindergarten Students

  • Kids: Elementary School Students

  • Discover: Struggling Readers and ESL Students of All Ages

  • Student: Elementary and Middle School Students Conducting Research

  • Timelines: Elementary and Middle School Students Studying History

ELL Family Literacy Kits
Available in the Children's Department

The Ridgefield Park Public Library will soon be offering ELL Family Literacy Kits. Specifically for families learning English, each kit comes with the following tools:

  • Bilingual Dictionary

  • ESL Study Guides

  • Easy English News

  • Picture Book

  • Flashcards

  • Conversation Cubes

  • Sentence Flip Stands

Patrons are only permitted to borrow one (1) kit at a time. All items in the kit must be returned to the library.

Patrons borrowing these kits will be asked to complete a survey in order for us to improve and create ESL programs and services.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Ariel at

This project has been made possible by a grant from the Karma Foundation.

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Updated 9/11/23 by Ariel Barreras

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